Our Management Team

Director of Operations and Marketing: Kelly E. Wacker

Kelly joined the Kearney team in April of 2018 as Director of Operations and Marketing. She works closely with the management team to streamline operations and heads the marketing division.

Kelly received her BA from Truman State and graduated with honors from Mid America Paralegal Institute with a certificate in paralegal studies. She comes to Kearney with a strong operations, marketing and IT background as well as legal.

Kelly resides in Kirkwood and is married with six children. She enjoys spending time with her family, cooking and restoring their 1895 historic house.

Chief Financial Officer: Jack Hoeman

Mr. Hoeman is a graduate of Bradley University with a degree in Marketing.

He has been with Kearney & Associates since the beginning in 1999 and has seen the company grow into its present entity.

Jack and his wife Sally have 10 grandchildren who keep them very busy. They enjoy Billiken Basketball and the Cardinals … when thay are winning.

Field Supervisor: Bill Hamby

Bill and his wife Linda, an elementary school teacher, attend the Incarnate Word Church in Chesterfield.

“Hambone” as we like to call him, has a B.S. from Southeast Mo State & a M.A. from Webser University, both in Accounting.

He has been with Kearney & Associates since 2002. Bill is an extremely effective field leader along with managing the equipment for the company

Field Supervisor: Jack Schurk

Jack has been with Kearney & Associates since 1997 and a Team Leader since 2013.

His degrees include a Bachelors of Philosophy and Masters in Social Work. His experience includes working as a medical social worker for the physically disabled for over 5 years plus 28 years for children with special healthcare needs in Illinois.

He & his wife Augustine have 3 adult children. Jack is an avid sports fan, likes to travel with family, enjoys the lake regions of Wisconsin and is active with his Seminary Alumni group.

Field Leader: John Skinner

John grew up near Pittsburgh, Pa. and graduated with a BS in Engineering Science from Notre Dame. He earned a ME in Education at Ohio State and Xavier. John taught math & science and coached most team sports in public and private High School for 25 years in Ohio and St Louis.

John left education for a management position with a private enterprise in commercial recreation. Retiring from full time employment, John joined Kearney and Associates to stay active and work with a great group of fellow retirees to provide excellent and reliable service to the IT establishment all over the Midwest. John golfs regularly, follows all sports (especially Notre Dame) and heads to the beaches in Florida and Hawaii with his wife of 48 years several times a year.

Field Leader: Dave Hanson

Dave joined Kearney & Associates in 2009 and has enjoyed the camaraderie we share together as a team while on the job or while socializing off the job.

He spent two years in the Army with one year in Vietnam and was discharged as a Specialist 5th Class. Dave is a retired lithographer after spending 43 years in the industry, mostly in the pre-press/art department. He has been married to his lovely wife Mary for over 31 years, and has 4 sons, 1 daughter, and 10 grandchildren.

When Dave is not at home with his wife or working with the Kearney Team, he enjoys golf, watching the younger grandkids, and hanging out with friends.

Owner/Founder: Michael C. Kearney

Michael Kearney founded the firm in 1990. Mike’s credentials include; a design-build Engineer for computer rooms, a registered Professional Engineer, a licensed Electrical Contractor and a manufacturer’s rep in the HVAC field. Our engineered approach to cleaning secured our first clients and we have learned to rely on the varied backgrounds of all of our associates to observe and avoid technical pitfalls in the rooms we serve. Mike is involved in ASHRAE, the Kirkwood Area Chamber, Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, and the Kirkwood Historical Society. He and his wife Jo love to travel and have visited Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Alaska and Hawaii. Michael retired in 2016.